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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Mid Winter Music Warmers in Braidwood

Amazing mid-winter music warmers!

Two wonderful warming events in July  to draw you out for some convivial delights! The first is the relaunch of the Braidwood Folk Club under the direction of  Majors Creek music residents, Rachel Johnston and Trent Arkleysmith, on this coming Friday 12 July at Braidwood Uniting Church. The second event is Winter Song presented by St Bede's School on Saturday 27 July at St Bede's School Hall; drawing on some talented budding musicians and professional musicians in the local community. Both events will be joyous, heart-warming and uplifting - great music to be shared with friends to ward off the winter chill. Come and celebrate! Everyone is welcome.

Scottish Chamber Folk Ensemble, presented by the Braidwood Folk Club. When: Friday 12 July Time: from 6pm, performance will last 90 minutes Where: Braidwood Uniting Church, corner Duncan and Monkittee Streets Tix: on sale at the door. $10 members, $15 non-members Membership: 6 months special offer $10 individual, $15 family plus membership tix price on the night. Performance will be followed by warm drinks and nibbles. Bring a plate if you'd like to.


Winter Song, an evening of music and food presented by St Bede's School When: Saturday 27 July Time: from 5.30pm Where: St Bede's School Hall, Park Lane, Braidwood Tix: $20 per person, $5 children each. Family $25. Tickets on sale at the Braidwood Community Bank. Ticket price includes dinner (soup and bread), mulled wine, chai tea.

Bach, Satie, Mozart, Bruch Violin, Viola, Piano, French Horn, Clarinet Professional musicians: Nicole Vieser, Phil Wilson, L'Ensemble D'Or, Mikel Simic and more


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